The Sleeping Souls

Album Review: Frank Turner – Be More Kind (2018 LP)

May 1, 2018

I’m not ashamed to say that I find the world a frightening and desperate place of late, with its increasing loss of humanity and decency in the face of rising uncertainty and aggression. More and more it seems we’re losing sight of each other as individuals and hiding behind the safety and anonymity of our […]

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Album Review: The Sad Song Co. – Worth (2018 LP)

February 6, 2018

If you look in the dictionary for the definition of multi-talented I’m not entirely certain you wouldn’t see a picture of Nigel Powell smiling back at you.  For the uninitiated, Nigel is the powerhouse drummer in The Sleeping Souls, the relentlessly touring (and recording) band for Frank Turner. He’s also from Dive Dive, and the […]

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Album Review: Frank Turner – Songbook (2017 LP)

December 4, 2017

Arguably the world’s hardest-touring musician, Frank Turner has somehow managed to find enough spare time to collate and release a new album to see out 2017. Songbook is a double CD offering – the first CD being a celebration of some of his finest songs recorded so far in his career, and the second being ten […]

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Live Review: Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls + William Elliott Whitmore + The Smith Street Band – Amplifier Bar, Perth (09.05.2012)

May 12, 2012

Frank Turner’s Australian tour rolled into Perth this week, bringing with him friends old and new. If you doubt the power of rock and roll, you should really come to a Frank Turner gig. An undeniably charismatic performer, Turner is able to successfully bring together such seemingly disparate music lovers. There aren’t too many gigs […]

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